Summary
Afon Goch (Rhaeadr- Fawr/ Aber Falls): This canyon reacts rapidly to precipitation and takes a long time for level to drop. It is recommended to wait for a very low level, before attempting a descent. Anchors on the main fall may no longer exist.
Canyon Descent:
160m
Highest Drop:
100m
Canyon Length:
300m
Minimum Ropes:
2x 50m
Flood Risk:
Extreme
Access Type:
Public
Rock Type:
Microgranodiorite
Catchment:
6.15km2
Duration: in, down and out:
IN: 1hr DOWN: 2hr OUT:20 min
Anchors
Mixed ⚠️
Notes
Trees may hold rare lichens, mosses and liverworts. To avoid damaging these it is best avoiding using the trees. This is also a winter climb when in condition. This canyon reacts rapidly to precipitation and take a long time for level to drop. It is recommended to wait for a very low level, before attempting a descent. Anchors on the main fall may no longer exist.
Description
Approach by Car: (Unknown) Approach by foot: (Unknown) Canyon entry: (Unknown) Canyon descent: (Unknown) Exit: (Unknown) Escapes: (Unknown) First Decent: (Unknown)  Page information - Sol Armer
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If so we would love to hear from you in the comment section below! Let the whole community know more about this canyon, Information such as time taken to: approach, descend and exit are extremely helpful, as well as any new hazards you may have come across whilst canyoning at this location.  If any information on this page is missing, incorrect or out of date, please get in contact with us directly so we can rectify as soon as possible. 

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